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front of the screen, but i would be wearing a lot of it. that's cape may. it's a chilly start to the day. we have temperatures below the freezing mark in allentown and the poconos. unusual to see that kind of cold this time of year. 38 in the poconos. 44 in allentown. reading, 49. philadelphia in the city you got down to 43 now up to 50. millville, 46. sea isle city, 53. trenton, 48 degrees. we'll see a lot of sunshine a few puffy clouds from time to time that's about it. terms are cooler, but comfortable. over the next few hours, 10:00 a.m., 52, 11:00 a.m., 55. the idea is for more sun than clouds and temperatures will modify over the next several days. we have a chance of wet weather in the seven-day forecast, i'll
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have the details in just a bit. >> the big story on "action news," a delaware fire truck crashes on the way to the a large barn fire. >> the buildings was destroyed by the blaze this morning it happened on east denning road in kent county at 4:30 a.m. several tanker trucks carrying water were called to the scene due to a lack of fire hydrants in the area. the fire truck which is one of two in the fire company flipped while heading to the blaze. so far no injuries have been reported. >> an argument outside a philadelphia bar ended in gunfire overnight sending three people to the hospital. it happened outside cousin danny's exotic lounge on the 300 block of south 52nd street in west philadelphia. police say several men were arguing about 12:30, when one of them pulled out a gun and began firing. 3 were taken to the hospital of
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hospital of the university of pennsylvania for treatment. no arrests have been mailed. two men were shot outside a motorcycle club in kensington. it happened on the 1800 block of east sedgely avenue. both men were rushed to temple university hospital. one is in critical condition, the other stable. no arrests and no word on a motive for that shooting. >> health officials say a 4-year-old boy from new jersey did in fact die from the entrovirus 68. it could mark the first death from this virus. this comes as a second child at the same school could be sick. kenneth moten has more from children's hospital. >> reporter: here at the children's hospital, at last check doctors were waiting on results for three children. meanwhile, hamilton township said there's no need for panic after the death of the 4-year-old boy, but there's need for parents to remain vigilant when it comes to hygiene.
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at yardville elementary school in hamilton township, new jersey, blue and gold ribbons for ely waller who died from a disease who has parents in the u.s. worried. >> my main concern is what i am supposed to look for. is it something mild or serious or everything. >> reporter: concerned mothers attended this news conference where they talked about the death of the preschoolers. it was confirmed that the boy decide from the virus, d68. it's a strain of entrovirus d68 that would attack young children, pre-schoolers, toddlers who have for the most part, compromised immune systems. >> reporter: now there's a second boy at the same school at risk. officials say he came down with the symptoms sudden muscle weakness seen in other children across the country. cases linked to four other
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deaths. at the children's hospital in philadelphia, doctors have reported three cases, children with weakness in one or more limbs with changes in the spine. the boys in hamilton township who both went home sick on september 19 shared the same clammer, but not at the same time. the health department is optimistic the results from the second boy will not show the "d" 68 strain. >> coughing sneezing tissues, throw them out. if you feel like you're ill or someone in the family is ill, refrain from hugging and kissing. >> we have done cleaning at all the schools, not just the yardville school. extra staff and additional hours. >> reporter: chop sailed the conditions of the three children have not changed and there are no new cases. while hamilton township continues efforts to keep the schools clean, they plan to honor the boy who died, little ely was a friendship let who
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liked -- was a triplet who liked to play baseball. kenneth moten channel 6 "action news." >> we'll continue to follow the entrovirus 68 outbreak at and alert you of any updates. we have details about the signs and symptoms. you can see a feature on 6 things you need to know about entrovirus d68. >> a man being treated for the ebola virus in texas has taken a turn for the worst. hospital officials say thomas duncan is listed in critical condition. 50 other people who came in contact with duncan are being watched closely for signs of the deadly disease. that includes 9 people who are believed to be at a higher risk. duncan traveled from liberia to dallas before he showed symptoms of ebola, he is being treated in isolation. the federal affairs watchdog is looking at possible wrong doing at the philadelphia
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veteran's office. the probe has expanded since it began in june, problems include working conditions and security at the converted warehouse. inspectors found evidence dates were manipulated to hide delays. a whistle blower said va claims are not being given a date, but lost in the system. frank shaver's fate is in the highest handles of the methodist church. the church defrocked shaffer a former pastor of a church last year for official yaight his gay son's wedding. -- official -- officiating his gay son's wedding. >> a final salute to a trooper who was accidentally killed by a colleague. friends and family will celebrate the life and service
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of trooper kedra. he was 26 years old an recently engaged. the roman catholic high and temple grad died when another trooper's gun discharged during training in conshohocken. he'll be laid to rest tomorrow during a private burial. >> the search for a suspected cop killer eric frein is in its 4th week. he still remains on the loose in the poconos. the times tribune of scranton said he sent a text message before he went on his rampage september 1. the friend said frein told him he was heading to delaware. later that night, frein went to the state police barracks and opened fire on two state troopers killing one of them. these are new images of two men who allegedly robbed a hotel guest at gun point in bucks
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county. it happened at the comfort inn in bensalem. a woman answered a knock at her door when two men came into her room and stole cash and cell phone. if you recognize them, call police. >> are you ready for football? taking a live look at lincoln financial field, via sky6 live hd. birds fans will be pouring into the stadium always the team takes on the saint louis rams. coach chip kelly admits after last week they need a bounce-back performance. kickoff is at the linc. we invite you to tweet with us during the game using the harsh to go 6abc eagles. the eagles are marking breast cancer months with a pink
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makeover. cheerleaders painted seats pink as the birds tackle breast cancer against the rams. we hope you get things started with eagles game day kickoff, ducis rogers hosts live at 11:30. then get a completely wrap up and analysis on game day final. mike quick joins ducis at 11:30 following "action news" at 11:00. decades old tradition of celebration polish history and pride continues in center city. the 81st pulaski day parade kicks off in just a few hours. it honors the war his or hero we to help george washington in 1777. i will be co-hosting the parade. it begins at 10:00 and airs live
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until 2:00 p.m. it's a beautiful parade the children get dressed up, there's dancing and marching. >> hopefully they wear extra layers today. >> an aspirin a day is good for heart health, but it may prevent a certain cancer. >> it's an adickive game, we'll tell you about the new plans for angry birds. a live look sky6 live hd taking a look over old city this sunday morning. it's a bit breezy, it's a cold one, eva mentioned you have to bundle up [ male announcer ] automotive innovation starts...
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>> well, check out this celebrity duo on the steps of the philadelphia museum of art. that's mo'ne davis standing side by side with spike lee. the director and actor posted this picture on the instagram account with the caption she throws like a girl. he is teeming up for a chevy car commercial. it will air during the world series. how cool is that? she is a star on the rise. >> reporter: you can tell that was yesterday because if it was this morning, they would be in winter coats. let's go live on sky6 live hd. we'll get you started with the view of atlantic city. we had low temperatures drop into the mid 30s and low 30s in parts of the area. with all that sunshine we're starting to rebound. here's a look at the lows we've
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had this morning. our normal low is 52 degrees in philadelphia. look at some of the numbers, poconos got down to the freezing mark of 32. 33 in allentown, millville, 35. atlantic city, 39 philadelphia about 43 degrees, so this was the coldest air we had seen in about 6 months, 5 1/2 give or take. we actually had patchy frost out there, this is susan from marshallton delaware, you can see the frost on the roof. this is harder to see, this comes from tracy in downingtown, pennsylvania, you can see the frost on the cars and the roof. temperatures are cold enough we had balmy numbers yesterday with highs in the low 70s. today it will be a struggle to reach 60 degrees. allentown, 34. trenton, 48. dover, 50. this is impressive, the 24 hour temperature change, two hours ago it was ranging anywhere from 25 to 30 degrees cooler than we
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were yesterday at this time. right now it's still dramatic than we were yesterday at this time. that's the cool air sliding in from canada. you'll have sunshine, but you'll need the sunshine to warm you up. the pattern over the next couple of days looks quiet. there's the cold front that's yesterday's rainmaker right there. it's pushing through new england. we're seeing the upper level low slide through the great lakes. as that pulls north it will shift out of the as well as. it will be breezy and chilly, combination of sun and clouds. we get into monday, a southwest wind. it's mice and mild and we're back in the 70s, monday night into tuesday the clouds roll back in and some rain is in the forecast which i'll show you in a moment with the seven day. sun and clouds in the lehigh valley, 48 degrees. with the breeze it will feel 55,
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46678 will will -- atlantic city sunny, breezy, 62. philadelphia, sun and clouds, 60 degrees, overnight tonight, 39 degrees outlying suburbs, 47 for center city. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast looks nice in the short term, 60 degrees today, 72, clouds and sun monday. increasing clouds quickly as we head into tuesday, we'll see showers develop by afternoon. wednesday a leftover morning shower giving way to afternoon sun high of 75. thursday, 70 degrees, thursday afternoon right through friday, saturday, and potentially even into next sunday, we cloud up it looks miserable, on and off showers, rain, temperatures in the 60s. doesn't look so good. >> at least the sun is out today, it's clear.
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it will help. >> reporter: it feels like football weather, you need a light sleeve. >> don't forget you can take with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting in this matter anywhere. villanova university is celebrating a 3 million-dollar edition to the radnor campus, the higgen soccer complex was officially dedicated yesterday. it has new fields for the varsity soccer team and club sports and other events including the special olympics. development of this facility was made possible in part thanks to a 1 million-dollar gift from alumni patrick and
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when i post my slow jams, i'm a little half-fast. totally half-fast. stop living with half-fast internet. only verizon fios comes with speedmatch - uploads as fast as downloads. so his homework won't be so half-fast. that is up to him. >> in "healthcheck" this morning a new study finds aspirin may cut prostate cancer, many take aspirin to help with
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their heart health. researchers at duke university looked at 6300 men half of whom never used aspirin. they found over four years those who took aspirins had a 13% lower risk of developing prostate cancer. medications were linked to 17% reduction in aggressive prostate cancer. we've heard about probiotics, if you're scratching your had he had about what they are, you can find them in yogurt and olives. they promote good bacteria in your intestines. if you're on an antibiotic, or infection they help reflen -- replenish the levels of bacteria. >> the only people need to be careful are people who have an
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immune system that's compromised such as people with hiv or receiving chemo therapy. >> look for products that contain live and active cultures. >> a washington state elementary school has people seeing double over and over again, because there are ten sets of twins in kindergarten this year. the kids love it and so does the staff. the principal said that the dewpoints are all in different classrooms so each set of twins has a chance to develop their own personalities. has a chance to develop their own personalities. how cute are they? is a lifeline forast cancer so many people. it is more than a community. it is a family. there's always a hug. you're friends for life. when i needed guidance, and i needed support, living beyond breast cancer was there. last year, 5-hour energy raised over $340,000 for living beyond breast cancer
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 9:23 sunday morning, looking at satellite and radar, as we set it in motion, earlier i was talking about how the latter portion of the workweek looks unsettled. this upper level low sits over the hudson bay region. that brought the cold air into the delaware valley right now. the jet stream will relax this divides the cold air on the north and the mild air to the south, but it's the storm track. with the jet sitting like this we'll see a series of storms running through the delaware valley. one gets in here thursday night and another one develops like this and runs up the spine of the appalachians friday and saturday. looks nice in the short term, but it will be unsettled next week. halloween is # 1/2 weeks ago, if you haven't gotten at
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that costume, check this out, frozen is high on the list. the group estimates more than 2.5 million kids will dress up as the frozen character. teenage mutant ninja turtle, spider mannor and batman. 75 million americans will dress up for halloween. tooth paste can be used for more than cleaning your teeth. it's a great cleaning agent all around, amy buckman explains in this saving with 6abc. >> reporter: if you've got messes from your head like the curling iron to your toes like your sneakers there's one inexpensive cleaning product you can use to take care of them all. tooth paste. >> it's a great cleaner and saves you money. not only does it cost pennies,
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but it will save your items. >> reporter: dyi hip chicks shows us how to get rid of the rust stains off the bottom of an iron. >> it gets rid of all the begunking. the same thing you do with -- rid of all the gunk. >> tooth paste is good for cleaning sneakers. >> reporter: i can't tell you the collection of bitter buckman boys -- of dirty buckman boy sneakers in my house. you can get crayon off the wall. >> reporter: with that said i'm going to write on her wall. >> it's going to save many kids
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from the timeout torner. >> reporter: beth shared a tip that you can use tooth paste for, if you have a piano you can use the dry brush with tooth paste to clean the ivory keys. a who's who's of hollywood comedians have assigned up for the film adaptation, angry birds. they have signed on to star in the animated film version the film is slated for july 2016 release. michael jackson's thriller video is getting a makeover. john landis wants to convert it to 3d.
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iconic 14-minute long video was released in 1983 and cost half a million dollars to make. if the 3d deal goes through, it won't be ready until next year possibly in time for halloween. >> perfect timing and perfect project to put into 3d. coming up on "action news," historical is made in north jersey as a nun moves a stepper to becoming a saint -- moves one step closer to becoming a saint. >> those stories and chris sowers has the exclusive >> those stories and chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast well, not that kind of fresh. on the freshness of our chicken. but i can guarantee the freshness of our chicken
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>> a man is gunned down in front of his own home as he got out of his car and now the search is on for the gunman. >> a man treated for ebola in texas takes a turn for the worst. >> final ride home gets an escort to where it will be dedicated to the marines, we'll have that story. >> chris sowers is outside with the accuweather forecast. at least you're not jumping
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around, chris. >> reporter: it feels better i probably could have gotten away without putting a jacket on. the temperatures have moderated a little a little bit with the sunshine. if you're just waking up you missed out on cold stuff as temperatures dropped to the 30 north and west. allentown, 32. same thing for the poconos, poconos sitting at 38. philadelphia, 50. millville, 49. dover, 50 degrees, millville, 49. lancaster, 44 and trenton 48. satellite and radar composite lots of sunshine this morning, the lehigh valley you're seeing a few high, thin clouds right now. the christmas day this -- the ia this afternoon is sun and clouds from time to time. it will be a nice day, but chilly. temperatures topping out around 60 degrees, the normal is 70. we go from low 70s yesterday to barely 60 degrees this afternoon. 50 degrees right now. lunchtime, 57.
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3:00 p.m., 60 and 6:00 p.m., back down to 58. these are the numbers across the high plains and if you remember yesterday morning at this time all these numbers were in the 20s and 30s. so you can see how nicely we've moderated across the west. that milder air i should say is traveling east. it's chilly out here right now. we get into the tomorrow and we're back in the 70s. it's only one day where we feel this crisp, cool air. tomorrow it will feel better with more sunshine. i'll have the details in the seven day when i step back inside. >> now to the big story on "action news" at 9:30, it's the the latest on thomas eric duncan. the first person to be diagnosed with the ebola in the united states. >> abc ryan owens has the latest from dallas, texas. >> reporter: thomas eric duncan has been in the dallas hospital for a week and this morning his
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condition is worse than ever. his family tells abc the liberian man is not conscious, he is is on dialysis. he is on a ventilator. his family we blurred their face to say protect their privacy are spending a second day inside an isolated four bedroom home. donated so the family could leave the cramped contaminated apartment where he slement -- duncan slept for several nights while he was contagious. >> the none of them with definite contact had symptoms of ebola. >> reporter: 9 people are at hi
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hi -- high risk. another 40 people who may have had contact are at low risk. why duncan was sent home even though he had a fever and told admitting nurse he had been in africa. officials blamed a software error for not flagging his travel history. they admit it wasn't the computer's fault. duncan's record were right there for anyone to see. ryan owens, abc news. >> meanwhile, word came overnight that an american doctor who was treated for ebola is back in the hospital. he is at the university of massachusetts medical center with possible pneumonia and pink eye. doctors do not believe he's had a recurrence of ebola but they are running tests to be sure. they think he caught an infection because his immune system is suppressed by the
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ebola virus. a preschoolers in hamilton township, new jersey, they dc confirmed that entrovirus d68 caused the death of ely waller. he did not have any preexisting conditions that made him more vulnerable. a second child has become ill. the scriel -- the virus has sickened 543 people most of them are children. meanwhile, doctors await on the results it is of a tests to see if the three children have entrovirus d68. the parents of the army ranger who is being held by isis are leading for their son's reese -- release.
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>> we implore those who are holding you to show mercy and use their power to let you go. >> kasig was kidnapped last year while helping refugees fleeing the civil war in syria. isis is blamed for the beheadings of four westerners since august. two were american journalists. a gunman opened fire on a man as he stepped out of his car in camden, new jersey. the action cam was on the scene the 2900 block of carmen street. the man got out of his car and walked to his house when the suspect walked up to him and fired. the 31-year-old victim was hit in the chest and taken to cooper university hospital in critical condition. if philadelphia, the search is on for a masked gunman who robbed a bar in the somerdale
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section of philadelphia overnight. it happened at 1:00 at ely's bar and grill on the 5200 block of roosevelt boulevard in the city's somerdale section. police say the gunman walked into the bar pointed the gun at the bartender and demanded money. nobody was hurt during the robbery. neighbors in port richmond woke up to find the handiwork of a tire slasher. it happened on the 3200 block of frankford avenue. 8 vehicles, including a city-owned van were targeted. the noise was loud enough to wake up some neighbors. >> you hear [making hissing sound]. >> i heard that on the third floor and an hour later i heard the same noise. i don't know who got the capacity to do this. >> police are searching for
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surveillance footage days after cameras captured two women and a man slashing tires. there's no word if the two incidents are connected. artifacts from september 11 were lost when a fire was sparked at the flight 98 national memorial in somerset county. among the items lost a flag that flew over the u.s. capital on that faithful day. the fire happened 2 miles away from the actual memorial. there was items lost from the passengers crew members of flight 98. several members from the park staff saved recorded oral histories and pictures. from our delaware newsroom, the action cam was along i-95 in no matter what, delaware. when one of the last pieces of steel from the world trade center was escorted by hundreds
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of bikers. it trafficked to the marine -- it traveled to the marine museum in quantico, virginia. hundreds of catholic packed the cathedral to see sister miriam died in 1927 at the age of 26. she is given credit for the faith healing of an eye disease in the 1960s. the ceremony was the third step in the canonization process. this is is the annual blessing of the pets, parishners observed the feast of saint francis of asissy who is the
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patron saints of animals. >> richard mellon, the publisher of tribune had an estimated estate of 1.$4 billion. the big payment was the first of several. he left $15 million to the brandywine conservancy in brandywine. he died on his 82nd bird. we'll talk about the first ever of its kind plans made to honor veterans. >> a man picked up spare change that he picks up wall walking around. i meant turns out to be a large charitable donation. >> reporter: source sures h
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>> those are holes from a great white shark. >> three kayakers say they survived a close encounter with a great white shark off the coast of california. they surveyed the damage after being pulled from the water. two brothers off is an barbara heard the may day call. the brothers towed the men to shore and thankfully they are lucky nobody was hurt. >> reporter: i say this all the time, that's why you sit on the couch and watch college football. >> or today you watch the eagles, we have the pulaski day stepping off at 1:30, good weather? >> reporter: you couldn't ask for anything better. let's get you started with sky 6. we have the center city skyline.
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50 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 32 which is still low, so the atmosphere is pretty dry. winds out of the west at 13 miles per hour, pressure reading 29.90 inches. this morning the numbers were mind boggling, i haven't seen numbers this cold in quite sometime. 6:30, these temperatures were in the low 30s. we had numbers at 32, 33 degrees. now wear starting to moderate. it's feeling better. glassboro, 53. cinnaminson, 52. hammonton, 49. woodbine 53 degrees, maybe football is not your thing on sunday. maybe you want to take a look at the colors on the leaves. around the delaware valley we're only roughly 10% of peak. go up the new jersey turnpike into interstate 87, they are
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ranging anywhere from 40 to 70% of peak. a lot of brilliant colors like milford to albany, it's 3 hours to albany, not too far away maybe you you want to enjoy that this afternoon. sat light and radar, there's nothing going on, this is the dominant upper level low that is retrograding pushing back toward the rest. it's driven the cold air into the heartland of the nation. this shade of gray right in through here, that's the entire area picking up the cold weather this morning. so, really, the pattern is being dominated from there upper level low. 40 degrees in chicago, bismarck, 40 degrees, cincinnati, 44. itthe low will push so far backo the west, it will allow the winds to shift out of the
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southwest. it will be a reversal literally in 24 hours, tomorrow will feel fantastic with highs in the 70s. today, 59 in lancaster, wilmington, 60. philadelphia, 60. trenton, 60 degrees, we'll call it breezy and cooler combination of sun and clouds, cape may, 60. dover, 62. if you're heading to the lincoln financial field, eagles taking on the rammings. sun and clouds, cool breeze, kickoff temperature 58 degrees, be by the 4th quarter around 60. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, nice and quiet over the next couple of days, as well. 60 today, 72 tomorrow. we get into tuesday, the clouds will be on the increase quickly here, there could showers late in the day, 73. wednesday maybe a morning shower otherwise it's clouds giving way to sun and much milder 75. thursday, sun to clouds, 70. thursday night, friday, saturday and into sunday, the pattern looks unsettled at this point.
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we'll see clouds and periods of rain and showers, it doesn't look too pretty next weekend. we'll enjoy all the sunshine we'll see today and tomorrow. because you'll be enjoying lots of clouds later on. >> soak it in. >> you can take the new with you wherever you go. it fits any device including tablets or smart phones check it out by visiting anytime anywhere. >> first of its kinds celebration for veterans day is in the works in washington, d.c. a free concert is being held on the national mall. bruise springsteen and rihanna are among the megastars, jamie foxx and meryl streep and tom hanks are expected to make appearances. we had a free weekend. we all got together and we are having a great time.
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there is everything to do. you've got restaurants. you've got shopping, oh my gosh fabulous shopping. bars too, although i'm married and i don't know if my husband wants me in any bars. i don't think it is just for girls weekend. i think it's great for couples. it's great for families. i was also was talking to my girlfriends saying i would like to bring my husband back. it's a great weekend.
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>> welcome back, it is coming up on 9:50 this sunday morning, beautiful shot from sky6 live hd, the beaches of cape may, it is brisk one, you can see the temperatures 54 degrees, looking at the 60s today bundle up if you're heading out. >> turning to sports, the eagles are nearly 3 hours away from game time at the linc. we're hoping for a bounce back from last week's loss in san francisco. here's jamie apody with all your sunday morning sports. >> reporter: happy game day, the eagles getting set for a date with the rams, a team they should beat handily, they are most of the birds defense admits they never heard of him. the birds have their own issues namely the run game or larveg -- lack of it. the rams have allowed 100-yard
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rusher in each of the three games this season. chip kelly poict -- pointing out one of the great philosophers. >> mike tyson said you're doing well until you get hit in the face. we got hit in the face. >> reporter: the flyers bonding trip in cape cod, day one in the books. check out these pictures, the guys went on a paint ball adventure. the coach was in there, i asked claude giroux about the excursion yesterday. >> it's been four days with teammates, breakfast, lunch and dinner, whatever time you spend with your teammates you get to know them better and caring more for them, i'm a strong believer for that. >> not only can katie perry
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sing she can pick them. perry pinked number 11 ole miss to upset alabama. there's perry, the celebration on the field, a teenage dream for many students. only thing missing, fireworks. those were all katie perry song references i clearly have a lot of the time on my handles. go ahead and have a great sunday! >> a florida nonprofit animal organization is basking in the largest donation they have ever received. rick snyder is a sort of coin collector. he picks up the lose change that's left on the streets. he began this ten years ago and averages $6 a day. last week, donated his be collection to a no-kill animal shelter. the amount $21,000.
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so its other peoples dropped loose change. >> wow, that's incredible. meteorologist chris sowers >> wow, that's incredible. meteorologist chris sowers taking a look at the exc mom says she's gonna at acme's stock up sale. well, if she can get whatever she wants, why can't i? hello, chocolate donuts with sprinkles. it's acme's stock up sale. get delicious deals on the things you love most. green giant frozen vegetables are .79 each. and general mills cereals are only $1.88 each. this is big, people. this is acme. you're in for something fresh. hey mom, you want glazed or chocolate?
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>> coming up this morning at 10:00 is inside story. here's monica malpass. >> reporter: good morning guys, coming up later this morning, charges are planned against the ebola patient in the united states who came here filling out the paperwork saying he didn't have any exposure to ebola. we'll have the latest. mayor nutter signs legislation decriminalizing the
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possession of small amounts of marijuana. will it unblock the court system or lead to gateway drugs and more usage. that's coming up on inside story, i hope you join us. >> we have a check of the accuweather forecast, we have the pulaski day parade, the eagles. >> reporter: or take the kids on a hayride this time the of -- of the year. 60 degrees, sun and clouds, tomorrow we moderate. tuesday, 73. wednesday, 75. thursday, 70 degrees, 678 degrees friday and saturday, 66 degrees, looks like both days could be wet with periods of rain. this week with george stephanopoulos is coming up at 10:30. george talks to the director of the cdc about the ebola virus and the race to contain it. >> reporter: good morning, we have the latest on the ebola
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crisis. our richard besser back from the hot zone with the firsthand account of the devastation in west africa and the director of the cdc and where it's heading next. breakdown in the secret service and bob woodruff brings us the emotional unveiling of a brand new war memorial in washington. that's coming up on this week, eva and alicia back to you. >> wanted to the sunday house work with an acting back on monday? we have tips to keep you healthy in "healthcheck." >> you'll see this in a moment, it is white humming bird, we'll show you later. we'll at the you how the bird watcher got to take pictures of that. now for nydia han, alicia vitarelli, and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. we'll see you back here at noon. >> we'll see you at the parade!
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>> i'm monica malpass charges are planned against the first ebola patient in the u.s., how do we stop the spread of ebola and the panic around it? let's get the inside story. good morning, and welcome to inside story, i'm monica malpass. let's meet our insiders, georgee burrell, jan ting, and raju, someone from liberia flew in from the airlines and got checked out on the questionnaire there is an issue whether he